European Young Innovators Forum is proud to have a wide network of outstanding innovation hubs throughout Europe. Together we are building a more innovative Europe keen of youth entrepreneurship and a connected European innovation eco-system. Learn more about our hubs below.

StartUp Britain, London

startup britain

StartUp Britain is a national campaign by entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs, harnessing the expertise of Britain’s leading businesspeople to encourage enterprise in the UK. The campaign was founded by eight entrepreneurs and launched on 28 March 2011 by Prime Minister David Cameron.


hub:raum, Berlin

hubraumhub:raum, the incubator of Deutsche Telekom, invests in early stage startups backs them with co-working-space, mentoring and helps them to find the right business partners within Deutsche Telekom. hub:raum has activities in Berlin, Krakow and Tel-Aviv.

Cypriot Enterprise Link, Cyprus

cypriot logo The Cypriot Enterprise Link (CEL) is a youth-led organization aimed to connect and support the Cypriot entrepreneurial talent in order to form a local and a global entrepreneurial network supported by events, meetups, workshops and projects.


Fivozs, Hungary

FivoszFIVOSZ is the largest business organization in promoting entrepreneurship among the young people of Hungary, in building a community of young entrepreneurs and in representing and helping them in domestic and international issues.

AKEP, Athens

 Metavallonmetavallon_logo_orange is a Greek non-profit organization that provides early stage entrepreneurs with a supportive structure to develop, launch, and solidify their ventures. Through its proprietary three-tier program, the Startup Series (The Lab, The Accelerator, The Hub), Metavallon seeks to motivate talented Greeks, educate them on key principles of entrepreneurship, expose them to experienced entrepreneurs, experts and investors, and provide them with the necessary resources to start their own businesses.

Mektory, Estonia

mektoryMektory is the Innovation and Business Centre of Tallinn University of Technology. Mektory aims to give students a wide and practical set of skills, not necessarily connected to their curriculum. The most important of these are connected to IT, startup and entrepreneurship. Armed with these skills, our students have launched over sixty startups, four of which have already gone international.


ppPolska Przedsiebiorcza is one of the largest and most important institutions for Polish entrepreneurship. As part of its activities it has created a number of initiatives participated by more than 100 thousand young people, created more than 5000 companies and thousands of new job places.

Tetuan Valley, Madrid

images-1Tetuan Valley Startup School is a program for entrepreneurs that want to create tech-based startups. Our team selects individuals with potential to convert them into great entrepreneurs during our intensive courses. In our program, students get to know the basics of startup culture by being mentored.


Beta-i, Portugal

beta-iBeta-i is a non-profit association that has focused its energies on fostering entrepreneurial ecosystems, increasing innovation and entrepreneurship in Portugal. Beta-i is part of the Kauffman Global Partners Network, the World Entrepreneurship Forum, the Sandbox Network and has the support of several local and international organisations.


ClujHUB, Romania


ClujHUB came to life out of the ambition of a young antrepreneur named Cristian Dascălu and the desire of a handful of people to build one of the most innovative and complete coworking space in Transylvania. The coworking concept is  a working method that brings together innovative and creative people in an ergonomic space with events connected to their areas of interest.


Startup42, France

startup 42StartUp42 is a non-profit startup accelerator based in Paris, open to all, aimed at helping digital projects validate initial technical and business assumptions in 4 months. They have already accelerated 14 startups.


Connect London

connectlondonConnect London is an independent Company inspired by Connect San Diego – It is one of 40 such companies around the World, all of which share the common objectives of facilitating in the start-up and growth of new businesses. The focus is on young entrepreneurs engaging with local Universities and Colleges. Connect London is linked to 15 of the London based Universities.

UNIMC, Austria

The Uni Management Club, founded in 1985, targets committed students with unimceconomic interest who want to assume responsibility for themselves and the society. The club facilitates the exchange among themselves, with established personalities and leading companies as part of a variety of events. Our focus is the personal and professional development of our members so that the latter are prepared for future challenges and chances. Under this aspect the Uni Management Club organises numerous events as for example Executive Lounges with top managers or workshops, also refered to as Insights, with well-known companies in the course of the academic year.

Betacowork, Brussels

Coworkinglogo_betacowork is the new way freelance professionals, entrepreneurs and teleworkers share an office in the 21st century: To work in an environment that improves their productivity and network, to break the isolation of working from home and the burden of working at the clients’ headquartersWe are the largest and longest running coworking space in Brussels thanks to our members.